10 cute houses for sale in San Antonio that were built before 1940 

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Old neighborhoods and old houses have character. They were built one of a kind and built to last. Good thing there are plenty of them to be had in San Antonio, even if the prices keep rising.

While Monte Vista and King William remain among the Alamo City's most sought-after neighborhoods for historical homes, there are plenty of spots inside-the-loop where folks can pick up hundred-year-old homes with plenty of charm — and often at a more affordable price.

Let's take a tour.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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727 N Palmetto, 1920
$275,000
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423 W Magnolia Ave, 1900
$375,888
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113 E Rosewood Ave, 1929
$350,000
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140 E French Pl, 1920
$482,800
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1918 W Wildwood Dr, 1924
$329,000
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1819 W Woodlawn Ave, 1936
$328,000
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1118 Wyoming St, 1926
$357,500
906 W Summit Ave, 1925
$239,000
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1231 E Crockett St, 1930
$325,000
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820 W Mulberry Ave, 1937
$309,500
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727 N Palmetto, 1920
$275,000

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